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Over $5,000 Worth of Panties and Bras stolen from Corpus Christi Victoria's Secret  Three obvious thieves got away with $5,700 worth of bras and panties from a Victoria's Secret inside the mall last week and police need help identifying these suspects. Footage from the surveillance video shows two men and one woman taking the merchandise and stuffing it into a bag. The woman acted as a lookout while the male suspects stole the goods. If you recognize them, call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS. (Source

Bridgeport woman arrested for theft and possession of criminal tool at the Gap Zaikiya Felder, 35, of Monroe Street, Bridgeport, is charged with sixth-degree larceny and possession of a shoplifting device. Police said Felder took clothing from the Gap and had wire cutters that she used to remove security sensors. She then placed the items in a plastic bag, police said. She left the scene but a witness identified her and she was arrested by warrant. (Source

Two arrested in retail theft ring also facing drug charges in Louisville A Louisville couple is accused of organized retail theft and other charges. Police say the husband and wife, along with at least five others, have been stealing merchandise from retail stores, then returning the items for gift cards. The couple would then allegedly take the gift cards and sell them for cash. Rocky and Angel Beechum were arrested early Saturday morning. The arrest warrant says Rocky Beechum gave police a taped statement admitting to the scheme. Metro Police say the Beechums and their co-defendants have sold more than $6,000 in gift cards.  (Source

Connecticut woman arrested on 2 day Baby formula shoplifting spree  A woman who police said stole hundreds of dollars of baby formula from Super Stop & Shop on Villa Avenue two days in a row was arrested Saturday. Kaycee Rivera, 26, of Bridgeport, was charged with sixth-degree larceny for Saturday's theft of $115 worth of baby formula. Store employees told police they recognized Rivera from a similar incident the day before, when she was able to leave with about $475 in baby formula without paying, according to the report. Police said they are awaiting a warrant to be issued for the first incident. (Source

Police believe COACH outlet smash and grab tied to an Atlanta ORC group  Last Friday, the Calhoun Premium Outlet COACH store was hit for $16,788 worth of merchandise. Police have located several pieces of physical evidence which have been sent to the Georgia Bureau of Investigations Crime Lab for examination," said the Calhoun Police Department. "After reviewing information from the Georgia State Intelligent Network and the Regional Organized Crime Information Center, we believe this group to be part of a faction operating out of Atlanta." (Source


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